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School Services Duties

On average, School Service technicians handle over 30 service calls each day, amounting to approximately 4000 calls in the 2015-16 school year. It is estimated that the equipment maintained and repaired by School Services provide a cost savings to the District of approximately over one million dollars based on comparative rates for onsite repairs and service.

School Services is responsible for the 135 foot crane used to maintain and inspect broadcast towers was well as to assist the Maintenance Electrical Dept. in changing light bulbs and transformers for football stadium lights, whenever is necessary or needed.

Our electronic technicians provide installation services which include wall mounted televisions, satellite dishes, antennas, receivers, as well as school broadcast studios. In portables, classrooms, and offices, technicians run coaxial cable wiring and install modulators as well as wall jack outlets for cable connections to provide local TV channels and BECON channels. Electronic technicians also replace, maintain, and repair any damaged components to keep good reception in all locations. School service techs also provide training for in-house broadcasting of the daily breakfast/lunch menu, school news, and moring announcement programs and explain how the system works.

School Services process all cable orders and cable repairs for all equipment and delivers them back to schools. School Services electronic technicians repair and maintain various types of electronic audio video equipment for the district including televisions, LCD projectors, VCR/DVD combos, document cameras, and head end signal broadcasting equipment.

School Services process all cable orders and cable repairs for all equipment and delivers them back to schools. School Services electronic technicians repair and maintain a multitude of various types of electronic audio video equipment for the district including televisions, LCD projectors, VCR/DVD combos, document cameras, and head end signal broadcasting equipment.

 


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